Coherent Identifier About this item: 20.500.12592/x71v3g

Theme 2 Online Stakeholder Consultation-2: Research Data and WMO Data Policy 21 October 2020 - Robert S. Chen

21 October 2020


Open access to research data from public funding should be easy, timely, user-friendly and preferably Internet-based.” There will be full and open exchange of data, metadata and products shared within GEOSS, recognizing relevant international instruments and national policies and legislation. [...] GEOSS Data Sharing Principles Principle 1 Data, metadata and products will be shared as Open Data by default, by making them available as part of the GEOSS Data Collection of Open Resources for Everyone (Data-CORE) without charge or restrictions on reuse, subject to the conditions of registration and attribution when the data are reused; Principle 2 Where international instruments, national polici. [...] Identifies 12 principles to guide the practice and practitioners of open data, including: ◦ Scientists ◦ Research institutions and universities ◦ Publishers ◦ Funding agencies ◦ Professional associations, scholarly societies and academies ◦ Libraries, archives, and repositories Principle 8: “Open data should be the default posit. [...] (Meta)data are released with a clear and accessible data usage license FAIR ≠ WITHOUT CHARGE OR RESTRICTIONS ON REUSE FAIR ≠ NO MORE THAN THE COST OF REPRODUCTION AND REDISTRIBUTION “Users are also free to use more restrictive licenses to govern how the data may be reused.” FAIR ≠ MINIMUM TIME DELAY ◦ “For example, new experimental data may only be accessible by the generator and their grou. [...] Utilize open access licensing and labeling to facilitate legal interoperability ◦ Avoid customized licenses and restrictions that lead to complicated legal “stacking” ◦ Registration and attribution are conditions that do not restrict access and reuse Implement Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) and other approaches to facilitate transparency, traceability, and attribution, especially between op.